- domestic violence, sexual violence and sexual harassment amongst queer folks and in the BDSM/fetish/kink scene
- substance abuse and mental illness in the queer community
- racism and classism among white and college-educated queer folks
- the policing of "queer credentials" and "trans credentials" and making room for gender variance outside the cis/trans binary
I'd love anything you can throw at me relevant to rad folks stepping up and holding ourselves accountable for and engaged with violence, health and acceptance outside of conventional, mainstream or established legal systems: shadow governments, Queer Town Halls like in Portland, OR, community organizations like CARA in Seattle, the Icarus Project in NYC, Philly Dudes Collective/Philly's Pissed, community healing, public art and vision building projects, etc.
I've read a brilliant zine called The Revolution Starts At Home (linked below.) It covers a lot of important ground with regard to intimate partner violence; anything else along those lines that you can recommend would be much appreciated -- zines, books, websites, community organizations, blogs, historical periods to research, etc.
Thanks much and cheers.
The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Partner Abuse in Activist Communities